Tag Archives: Christian Worldview

How Should We Respond to Criticism of Christianity? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #20)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner discusses the manner in which we, as Christians, ought to respond to criticism. Are you adequately prepared to defend what you believe as a Christian? Have you come to expect the kind of pointed criticism we face today as believers? …

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The Top Ten 2014 Cold Case Christianity Broadcasts

This year we had the opportunity to reach a new audience with our weekly Cold Case Christianity Podcast. The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Network offered us the opportunity to air our weekly show if we were willing to shorten it to 28 minutes and create a video version for broadcast. …

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The Top Ten 2014 Cold Case Christianity Videos

This year we posted a number of videos from our time with Bobby Conway (the One Minute Apologist) from a number of television interviews I did around the country, and from several presentations I gave in church, conference or university settings (we also posted the videos from my latest Dateline …

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The Top Ten 2014 Cold Case Christianity Blog Posts

It’s been an amazing year for me personally here at Cold Case Christianity. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would be this busy as a “retired” cold-case detective. My most recent case went to trial in July and we convicted another killer 6 weeks later. The …

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Are the New Testament Eyewitness Accounts Reliable (Part 2)? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #19)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner reviews the evidence for the reliability of the New Testament eyewitness accounts. What are the criteria we use to determine if eyewitnesses are reliable? Do the authors of the New Testament Gospels measure up? J. Warner examines the corroboration of …

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Even Unbelievers Are True Believers

At the numerous criminal trials where I have played a role, I’ve encountered many professional unbelievers. They’re known as defense attorneys. While the detectives and prosecutors believe the defendant is a murderer, the defense team works diligently as though he is not. From the perspective of the jury, it may …

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The Fact the Other Side Can Make a Case Doesn’t Mean It’s True

I’m sometimes surprised to see how quickly young Christians are shaken when they first encounter a well-articulated objection (or opposing claim) from someone denying the truth of the Christian worldview. When we first started taking missions trips to the University of California at Berkeley, I watched my Christian students to …

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Are the New Testament Eyewitness Accounts Reliable (Part 1)? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #18)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner reviews the evidence for the reliability of the New Testament eyewitness accounts. What are the criteria we use to determine if eyewitnesses are reliable? Do the authors of the New Testament Gospels measure up? J. Warner examines the early dating …

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The Danger of Treating the Word “Disciple” as a Noun Instead of a Verb

In my last post, I wrote about why Christian discipleship is critical to Christian survival. While I was typing the article in Microsoft Word, I used the verb, “discipling” several times. Each time I typed it, the program’s spell-check feature underlined it to warn me about an errant term. The …

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Why Christian Discipleship Is Critical to Christian Survival

Just before leaving the disciples, Jesus gathered them together and commissioned them with an important task. He told them, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the …

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